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WolfDog1 said:
Nice!

Have you ever had it judged?

Craig
Craig,

It has bloomed three times and I have not been able to get it to judging. The next judging in Massachussetts is April 7th. I am not sure if it will stay in great shape till then. Hopefully!

thanks
 
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I think I would like to move to New Hampshire. You always have such beautiful blue sky for your pictures.
 
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Grandma M said:
I think I would like to move to New Hampshire. You always have such beautiful blue sky for your pictures.
We do have quite a few blue skies! But only in northern NH. Southern NH is not quite as nice!
 

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Greenpaph said:
Craig,

It has bloomed three times and I have not been able to get it to judging. The next judging in Massachussetts is April 7th. I am not sure if it will stay in great shape till then. Hopefully!

thanks
Send it to me, I'll take it. :evil:
 

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Isn't there some common parentage of maudiae way back in the breeding of this? I thought that was responsible for the very dark macabres that have been bloomed over the years. Lawrencianum or something? I started looking it up this morning but couldn't find the grex for one of the parents of Voodoo Magic.
 

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ok I finally got Vintner's Treasure, the search on the registry doesn't work that well...
there isn't maudiae (callosum x lawrenceanum) in it, but it has a fair amount of callosum. Anyways this plant would have been grouped together as a maudiae section in any catalogue.
What class would this plant fit in for judging?
 

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